2nd Year PhD Student
ecofeminism, environmental ethics and activism, post-colonial and decolonial thought, feminist ethics, mujerista theologies, religion and nature, eco-justice, women and environmental stewardship
“Creativity as Resistance: Creating a Multiply Religious Identity”
World Council of Churches And United Church of Christ Programme on Interreligious Dialogue and Cooperation: Cleveland, Ohio, 2015.
2014 M.Div and Certificate of Prison Studies, Duke Divinity School
2009 B.A. Religious Studies & Hispanic Studies, East Carolina University
2007 A.A. English, Craven Community College